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Reflections on Sermon 59: "God's Love to Fallen Man"

If you scroll through a newsfeed on any given day, you will inevitably be confronted by the problem of evil.

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Reflections on Sermon 44: “Original Sin”

Imagine sitting on an examination table, and in comes Dr. John Wesley with a clipboard in hand. “Give it to me straight,” you tell him. “What is the diagnosis?” He says, “I have some good news and bad news.

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Infilling Power

I fear the Church is believing the lie that it is possible to solve global issues apart from the Holy Spirit. Throughout history, theologians, monks, and saints have reminded us of the Truth through anointed and biblically sound answers.

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Useful in the Potter's Hands

The Word of God helps us understand that we are all made of clay. That truth has become clearer, especially during these days of social unrest, increased distrust, and the threat of a pandemic.

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The Transcendent Church

Steering the ministry fleet during this time of global pandemic highlights the navigational challenges many ministers face in leading their congregations. They can end up exhausted, discouraged, or defeated.

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Wistful Coveting and Christlike Humility

I have been praying for a friend who is experiencing devastating loss as she watches someone she loves slip away. I have observed her journey, trying to uphold her through messages, prayers, and by asking my prayer group to pray for her even thoug

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Pain

Psalm 88 isn’t typically the first passage of choice when it comes to short devotional reflections. In fact, upon first reading this passage, it even feels out of place among the other Psalms.

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Remembrance

Every family has a unique history. The act of remembering this history has a distinctive way of leading family members into deeper places of intimacy as a collective whole.

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